Three churches in California have filed a lawsuit against the state Governor Gavin Newsom in connection with the ban on singing in churches because of the spread of coronavirus, reports on Friday, the Hill newspaper, which results in the limitation document.
The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in Federal district court for the Eastern district of California three churches Calvary Chapel in Ukiah, with Calvary Chapel Fort Bragg Church "River of Life" in the city of Oroville. The lawsuit alleges that the decree of the Governor, prohibiting the singing in places of worship violates the constitutional rights of churches.
In the Russian Orthodox Church abroad (ROCA) expressed protest in connection with the prohibition of singing in the temples of American state of California due to the spread of the coronavirus, calling the measure discriminatory.
Earlier, the Governor of California Gavin Newsom signed the decree on ban of singing in churches, synagogues and mosques because of the growth of coronavirus. According to the authorities, singing is one of the ways the spread of the virus and may increase the risk of infection even subject to social distance.
The Governor of California Gavin Newsom after the authorities of Texas and Florida ordered the closure of bars in the several counties in the state, including in Los Angeles, due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
On Friday, the Department of business and professional regulation the U.S. state of Florida announced the closing bars in connection with a new outbreak COVID-19. Monday for the same reason, similar restrictions and other announced government of Texas. In Texas, Florida and California previously resulted in a record number of cases of infection with coronavirus.
The Federal government, the United States resumed executions. The sentence is execution for the first time since 2003: four criminals will make a kind of poison injection. The governors of many States are opposed, and we intend to maintain the moratorium on capital punishment. Why this issue has divided American society, to understand RIA Novosti.
"The four killers were sentenced to death after thorough investigation. The verdict rendered in accordance with the Constitution of the United States. We owe it to the victims of horrific crimes, their families and required to lead the sentence," said attorney General William Barr.